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I was taking a nap and this woke me up >.< i just got amazed when i saw the moon =D
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Pico de Orizaba, between Puebla and Veracruz. Mexico
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What you're seeing is the moon, not the sun.
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Something different.

Wolfberg Arch, Cederberg, South Africa
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Another shot from my recent trip to the Sahara.

I woke up at sunrise, walked out into the dunes (much easier to do sunrises in a nice warm place like this, than the cold mountains of Scotland or Italy of previous years).

I really expected clear skies and strong side light....I got neither. The sky was grey and overcast, obscuring the sun and diffusing the light. However, dunes interact with light in a completely different way to any landscape I've ever photographed, in direct light, they become almost red, in this diffuse overcast lighting, the oranges were really strong.

It was an amazing scene, the immensity of the desert is breath-taking...as is the heat and dryness.

I couldn't filter this shot without darkening the tops of the dunes, so it's a blend of 3 images. One for the foreground, one for the sky, and one for the sun.

See more shots from the Sahara and my Morocco trip on my blog
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Hamilton, South Australia

8 image panorama taken with a 6D and Tamron 24-70mm f2.8
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Started pretty nicely when it became dark but the calmed dramaticly and it was looking grim for getting some good auroras, but as soon as it started to brighten the aurora really flared up, so the night turned pretty awesome in a few minutes. :)

Captured at Josvannet, Nordreisa, northern Norway.
Nikon D800E, 15mm.
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"Room With A View"

Lookout on top of Mt Buffalo National Park, Australia.

At the top of the image is the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) which are dwarf satellite galaxies of our own Milky Way. The LMC is home to the very large star forming region of the Tarantula Nebula (brighter greenish patch). The bright spot just to the right of the SMC is the second largest globular cluster in the night sky 47 Tucanae which contains millions of stars. In the lower section of the image to the left of the hut are Alpha and Beta Centauri, the closest star system to our own Sun. Above that in the Milky Way is the Southern Cross (Crux) Constellation and the dark Coal Sack Nebula. Further along the plane of the Milky Way is the Carina Nebula star forming region.

I love southern hemisphere skies.

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One of my main goals for this year is to really work on some night photography and more specifically, nightscapes. There is just something so surreal about viewing a familiar landscape under the stars. Now, to me these dunes were not familiar. I had never photographed them before (at least got INTO a dune field). During my trip to death valley, I knew I wanted to take in the sand dunes, but not just any sand dunes. I wanted to find ones that were relatively untouched and tucked away. I did some research and found out about these dunes tucked away in the southern end of the park. On the second day after an incredible sunrise at Zabriskie point, my friend and I made our way out to these dunes two hours away from the heart of the park. Upon arrival, it looked as if we would get rained on once again with the dark gray clouds filling the sky. We quickly got situated for camp and decided to head out into the dune field. A few sprinkles here and there, but nothing that made us think of turning around. The thing with these dunes, is that you can't just drive up to the dune edge. You have to hike a mile or so to reach the base of the dunes which seems a lot longer when you are actually hiking out to them. Once we got to the edge of the dunes, we made sure to be careful and not trample over everything and leave footprints. We didn't see a single footprint out there, it was perfect. We scouted around and shot from various ridges as the storm passed by giving us some nice stormy light. Just around sunset, the skies began to clear. While it would have been nice for the clouds to stick around for sunset, I was even more excited for the clear skies to come. Death valley is known for it's dark skies, and it surely did not disappoint. The milky way began to rise over the dunes and andromeda shined brightly to the left. I got pretty lucky as a shooting star happened to fall on the right side, balancing the sky. This is a blend of three exposures. Two for the landscapes at a low ISO and to get greater depth of field, and a shot of the stars, at a very high ISO and fast aperture. It is a scene I won't forget, and perhaps one of the most technical and planned out shots I have. 

Ibex dunes- Death Valley National Park, California.

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Wind and Sand - HDR
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Like the surface of water, rippled by the wind...


Death Valley, CA, 12/09
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Dunes at Indian Head, Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia.

I loved this place. Sand, sky, forest and no trace of men. The only sound I heard was the blowing of the wind and, far away, the roar of the Pacific Ocean. I spent there a couple of hours cruising and admiring the drawings on the windblow sand. I don't know why, but I felt happy.
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Taken at the Great Sand Dunes.
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Buildings from Daz and 3d Warehouse.
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Горелый вулкан, Камчатка. Кислотное озеро в кратере..
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Avacha Volcano
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2008 France, South, Cote d'Azur

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Providence
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For t-shirt iron-on transfers and Chanology paper masks
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an old vinyl ;)
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waking up early has it perks...
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Actually i edited this pic !!! this pic primarily had no RAIN effect in it ..... ive just added rain :D :D .....hope u like it guys and find it realistic !!! :D
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Mountains playing hide-n-seek in the mist during dawn twilight, Zion National Park, Utah.
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[Snow - Somewhere in FRANCE]
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The Fitz Roy massif in Patagonia. This image illustrates my most recent post to the Outdoor Photographer blog called "Lost and Found": [link]
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Glenco, Scotland.
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Butte Creek Falls
Oregon

If you are even in the vicinity of Salem or Portland, don't forget to drop by the tiny town of Scotts Mills en route to Abiqua Falls and Butte Creek Falls. The lighting that greeted me there was just glorious. Three shots blended to cover the dynamic range of the scene.

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Spent a miserable day in a local national park. Lost most of my blood to leeches and caught a cold... wouldn't hesitate to do it again!

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Air through a veil, velvet from dust, blankets long stones and frenzied slopes. Some close their eyes, others awaken. The day grows long in the canyon lands.

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Bow Lake, Banff National Park

Winter is almost fully here in the Canadian Rockies. The snow is continuously falling and this lake will be frozen very soon!

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Halls Falls
Tasmania

Tasmania is a wonderful place for landscape photography and like Iceland, there is such diversity within the island that you won't have to travel too far to shoot lush temperate rainforests, to windswept dunes, the craggy coast lines. This waterfall is located in the North East of Tasmania in the Blue Tier region. A relatively isolated location with a short dirt road drive off the main highway and a 1km walk to the base of the falls.

I am hoping that by later this year, this may be one of the images chosen for publication in a book hosted by Ian Wallace. More news on that later.

In other news, this is a video link for our baby girl Charlotte :)
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I recently lead a photography workshop backpacking through the Icelandic Highlands. You can see our tents tot he bottom left. This light was simply sensational, needless to say they were as happy as me.
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Innes National Park
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Hallett Cove

This is a composite image of an exposure blend at cape spencer (Innes national park) for the foreground. That day had clear blue skies.
By contrast, another side lit evening closer to home at Hallett Cove yielded a very interesting sky.
I do not support the use of composite images in general but if you go through the process of creating images in this way, it certainly improves one's post processing skills in terms of blending for dynamic range for the images which count. This one's just for fun while I'm still mainly at home looking after infants.
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Breidavik
Iceland

This is an image which I have re-edited following the 2009 trip to Iceland. It's always an interesting exercise to revisit old favourites and update the 'look' of the image to current perceptions. I think one's pereceptions of scenes also changes depending on the tools you know you possess in order to give images their final result. This was taken on a day with dramatic shifting light but somehow, back in 2009, the original edit didn't do it justice. I hope this version does!

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A valley of Araucária pine trees under the powerful sky
of Santa Catarina, southern Brazil.

Stitched panorama, five vertical shots.
Multiple exposure HDR processing.

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"Fluted"

Shot on Day 1 of the video documentary for aFeinberg Galleries. After picking up BROVADO Weddings (Media) we drove up Waimea Canyon to the Kalalau Overlook and descended Kalepa Ridge...an epic hike that takes you to a spit of land that divides Kalalau and Honopu. Needless to say it offers incredible views.

This was shot just before sunset as the sun was preparing to pop out below the cloud line so it wasnt direct light but instead this bright filtered super sexy light. I isolated this ridges on the north side of the valley as they seemed to jump right out at me.

Look for the documentary to drop June 2012!

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